ASAP : A Hybrid Computer Platform Using Machine 1 Learning and Solar Imaging for Automated Prediction of 2 Solar Flares 3

@inproceedings{Colak2009ASAPA,
  title={ASAP : A Hybrid Computer Platform Using Machine 1 Learning and Solar Imaging for Automated Prediction of 2 Solar Flares 3},
  author={Tufan Colak and Rami Qahwaji},
  year={2009}
}
7 The importance of real-time processing of solar data especially for space weather 8 applications is increasing continuously. In this paper, we present an automated hybrid 9 computer platform for the short-term prediction of significant solar flares using SOHO/MDI 10 images. This platform is called the Automated Solar Activity Prediction tool, or simply 11 ASAP. This system integrates image processing and machine learning to deliver these 12 predictions. A machine learning-based system is… CONTINUE READING
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